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Happy New Year 2014! (wow!)

Joshua Iyer

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Published: January 2, 2014 at 1:18 AM [UTC]

Happy 2014! I'm really excited; this summer, me and my friends may be making my film, 'The King of the Aliens', a reality! I'm really excited to work hard on a score; and of course, just filming it shall be fun.

Actually, this year, my resolutions are almost the exact same as last year, and I don't really feel like writing up any more, so..

Currently, I'm watching part of a Lord of the Rings marathon (The Return of the King). It's really cool to listen to Shore's score, and also inspiring.

So yeah, not much else to stay. I'm working on a small piece of Doctor Who music that is sort of emotional and describes the Doctor saving Clara, essentially. I'm also writing a piece called 'Into the Forest' for strings and harp, which I may be submitting in February for an orchestra to play. Not much else is going on, though. I'm working hard on audition music, and I recently wrote a Nature Suite I may play as a violin duet. That's it for now, so see ya!

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